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I'm not sure if Einstein's idea of warped space can be adequately described without math, but from the explanation in many general consumption texts: If space warps in response to a gravitational force, doesn't that imply that space has mass?

If so, wouldn't the gravitational constant combined with gravitational lensing give some idea how much mass/energy space possessed?

Ken

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# Warped space

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